History of the Free-schools, Colleges, Hospitals, and Asylums of Birmingham, and Their Fulfilment

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W. Tweedie, 1861 - Birmingham (England) - 601 pages
 

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Page 386 - WHEREAS, we did by our letters patent, under the Great Seal of our United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, bearing date at Westminster, the...
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Page 194 - ... then the surviving or continuing trustees or trustee for the time being, or the personal representatives of the last surviving or continuing trustee, may, by writing appoint another person or other persons to be a trustee or trustees in the place of the trustee dead, remaining out of the United Kingdom, desiring to be discharged, refusing, or being unfit or being incapable, as aforesaid.
Page 389 - Funds), be and be made by Deed indented, sealed and delivered in the Presence of Two or more credible Witnesses Twelve Calendar Months at least before the death of such Donor or Grantor (including the Days of the Execution and Death), and be enrolled in His Majesty's High Court of Chancery within Six Calendar Months next after the Execution thereof...
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